On 6/9/2021 at 12:08 PM, Satam said:
I was kinda hoping for metallic paint jobs...don't know why. These are certainly more accurate to the cartoon. Glad to see the character bodies seem to be all new. Not really glad to see that $55 pricetag, though. And for $85, even though it wouldn't be cartoon accurate, Monstar should come with a pre-transformation head to do the switch like the old toy.
I used to have the original Monstar and sold it... I don't think that second head that came with it was a great thing done... Just look the head of the Monstar so ACCURATE to the cartoon... There is no comparison between the two... I assure you that when the make the second version of Monstar, that one most probably comes with more than one head so you can plug it in to this one that is coming... I'm so glad to see accurate figures to the cartoon... I pre-ordered all already.???
Seems the digital rendered figures is now a common thing...I was hoping to get a better look at the figures but with the current pandemic, I will have to wait.
Are they available already at the BigBadToyStore?
Damn it! They look great! I guess I'm in it for the core team and Flash back (since i had him when I was a kid and loved that figure). My poor wallet...
They don't look bad, the Mon-Star seems to be the stand out but like others mentioned they are on the pricey side.
These look really good. I may pick up a few but I dont see myself driving too far into the line due the the price point.
2 hours ago, Lord_Scareglow said:
but then again they will probably just release these again in variant form with metallic paint?
that is definitely a possibility in the near future, surely, with a small extra amount for the metallic finish.
I guess the paint just is what it is. Metallic was great, but these are goodenough,I guess.
At these prices, I will probably only get Quicksilver, and basically be done with the line.
1 hour ago, DiscoCougar said:
It's really disappointing to see these not painted in any kind of metallic colors. They all look like high gloss flat paints, which is kind of the opposite of what made the original toys so special.
This is my problem exactly, The most stand out element of the original figures was they were metallic, it was the draw, that's the main thing I think all of us a kids remember about these figures, even folks who don't remember Silverhawks directly will always remember "the shiny metallic figures they had" I think it's a huge let down they did the cartoon style flat paint, really detracts from the appearance, but then again they will probably just release these again in variant form with metallic paint?
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